Authentic characters with imaginative backdrops
As someone who doesn't usually read Sci-Fi I was pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed the storyline and characters in this book so much!
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As an on going work in progress I have had access to the first 3 chapters and I raced through them, almost in one sitting. The story's plot is starting to build up and we've been introduced to the main characters and backgrounds so you already get a good picture of the world that has been created by the author.
The only suggestion that I'd make would be to ask a trusted someone to proof read through before publishing, we all do it and it's common to re-read it so many times that you can't see where occasionally words might be mis-spelt or a small grammatically incorrect issue has arisen.
There was one particular spelling error (possibly an autocorrect situation?) where Janzacca has become Jamaican which might be an issue for some readers depending on the context it comes up in.
Overall the writing style was interesting and original, for me personally the use of capitals to demonstrate someone being emphatic or shouting didn't translate well onto the format we read the books in but this doesn't take away from the innovative storyline and interesting characters that are being developed in the early part of this book.
I very much look forward to picking up on the rest of this story as it's published, I haven't yet tried writing on the set format provided and was interested to see how well it works especially for releasing early tasters of the book to come. I'm a great fan of reading in a series where you have to wait for the next instalment, much like Stephen King releasing Green Mile in Novella format. I remember waiting around WH Smiths each time a new part was due to come out!